#ScienceSunday: At birth, #polarbear cubs look much like a white rat–––they are 30 to 35 centimeters (12 to 14 inches) long and weigh little more than half a kilogram (about one pound). Newborn cubs are blind, toothless, covered with short, soft fur, and are completely dependent on their mother for warmth and food!
We know that there's a lot to be stressed about these days–––#Yoga Bear Wednesdays is here to bring a smile to your face amidst the chaos! This week we're featuring a #polarbear's take on a wide legged forward fold.
We know that there's a lot to be stressed about these days. #Yoga Bear Wednesday is here to bring a smile to your face amidst the chaos–––this week we're featuring a #polarbear's take on a wide legged forward fold!
Searching for Polar Bears on Alaska’s North Slope.
Armed with infrared cameras and scent-trained dogs, wildlife researchers are trying to better identify the dens of pregnant polar bears so that industry can steer clear. [ Newsdeeply.com Link ]
#ScienceSunday: Polar bears are well adapted for the #Arctic climate. Their feet are furred and covered with small bumps called papillae to keep them from slipping on ice. Their sense of smell is powerful for detecting seals, and their powerful claws can haul out a 40-90 kg (150-200 lb) seal from the water for dinner.